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Outlive natural distasters? #1 (permalink) Mon May 10, 2010 16:26 pm   Outlive natural distasters?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #636 "Real Life: Natural Disasters (1)", question 5

The people who outlive natural disasters, those who are not killed by the tragedies, are called the ..........

(a) foreigners
(b) missing
(c) relief workers
(d) survivors

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #636 "Real Life: Natural Disasters (1)", answer 5

The people who outlive natural disasters, those who are not killed by the tragedies, are called the survivors.

Correct answer: (d) survivors
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kindly let me know the meaning outlive in this sentence
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Outlive natural distasters? #2 (permalink) Mon May 10, 2010 20:27 pm   Outlive natural distasters?
 

People who survive natural disasters.

You can find the meaning of words by googling them or by looking them up in a dictionary. Also, 'kindly let me know' seems to be very popular expression in Indian English.

Please use the word 'please' instead of 'kindly' and start each sentence with a capital letter and put a period (full stop) at the end of each sentence.

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Outlive natural distasters? #3 (permalink) Tue May 11, 2010 14:20 pm   Outlive natural distasters?
 

Hi Torsten
I am very sorry . Next time I will take care putting full stop& writing 'please' instead of kindly.Sir Iam looking forward such kind of advice.
Very very Thanks.
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Outlive natural distasters? #4 (permalink) Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:59 am   Outlive natural distasters?
 

You're welcome, Neelam.

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